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The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death
23 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It deserves top marks for its production design, cinematography, and casting but everywhere else is a mess. The movie's number one fault is its decidedly low set of scares and the ones that do exist are wasted with poor timing and a blatant lack of atmospheric tension. Primarily, the movie is boring and unfocused. We are given too many overly long scenes of exposition that we don't need and Jeremy Irvine's tragic backstory/romantic subplot is forced upon us over and over again. His total removal would hugely benefit the film altogether. If you are expecting a scary movie on-par (or even sub-par) with the original, you will be disappointed.

A Walk Among the Tombstones
23 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Liam Neeson feels a little tired in this recent drama-thriller film but manages to work up enough tension and angst to maintain interest throughout the entirety of the film. There are a few good surprises and twists in store for thriller fans but beware. The ending wanders a little too far into generic territory.

The Maze Runner
23 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

In a world of too many weak young adult film adaptations one has finally emerged that can please a wide audience. 'The Maze Runner' has a talented young cast, a simple yet interesting-enough premise, and a satisfying cliff-hanger ending to ensure committed sequel-goers. For those who fear this is just another Twilight, Divergent, Mortal Instruments, or Percy Jackson, worry not. This one proves it worth.

Let's Be Cops
Let's Be Cops (2014)
23 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

There's not much to say that isn't already obvious. The pair of Johnson and Wayans Jr. have decent chemistry but are plagued by a tired script and weak comedic writing, Rob Riggle's usually hilarious presence is replaced by a very forgettable one, and the idiotic concept of two idiots fooling everyone, including real cops, into thinking they are actually police officers is insulting to everyone's intelligence. Throw in long gaps between the few actual funny jokes and you have yourself one lost excuse for a comedy.